Sub­mit­ting art

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Hello! Hope you’re hav­ing a great day! A friend has strongly sug­gested that I sub­mit a few sam­ples of my work and see if I could get pub­lished through your amaz­ing mag­a­zine. So I’m tak­ing a chance and tak­ing his ad­vice.

How­ever, I’m un­fa­mil­iar with the nec­es­sary steps one would have to take to be con­sid­ered for in­clu­sion in Imag­ineFX. I would love to learn how and talk fur­ther. I have at­tached a nice PDF sam­ple for your con­ve­nience and con­sid­er­a­tion.

Thank you once again Imag­ineFX! Keep up the in­cred­i­ble work! Look­ing for­ward to talk­ing fur­ther with you. An­gelita Ramos, via email Claire replies Thanks for writ­ing in, An­gelita, and for send­ing in your art. The most straight­for­ward way for artists to get their work pub­lished in Imag­ineFX is in our FXPosé sec­tion. You’ll find more de­tails about how to sub­mit your art for con­sid­er­a­tion on page 18 of this is­sue.

Life im­i­tat­ing art

I just wanted to write in and say how much I en­joy Imag­ineFX each month – I’ve been a sub­scriber for sev­eral years and love my word-free cov­ers! But more to the point, I wanted to say how in­sight­ful and use­ful your story on the Art of Imi­ta­tion was, in is­sue 114. As a new artist, and with so many high-qual­ity images seem­ingly avail­able for free on the in­ter­net, I think I could eas­ily have made the mis­take of in­clud­ing some­thing ”bor­rowed” from else­where in an im­age of mine, es­pe­cially when pho­to­bash­ing, with­out re­ally think­ing about it. It was fas­ci­nat­ing to see that even top artists make mis­takes like this. Thank you for the wake-up call. Barry John­son, via email Claire replies Thanks for get­ting in touch, Barry. I’m glad the story struck a chord with

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An­gelita asked how best to sub­mit art work into Imag­ineFX. An­swers on page 18!

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